15 Burst results for "Arrow Flynn"

"arrow flynn" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

05:29 min | 1 hr ago

"arrow flynn" Discussed on Business Wars

"1958, the south Bronx, New York. Three flatbed trailer trucks rumble through the gates of the senator frozen products ice cream plant and pull up by the loading bay. The truckers haul waste high supermarket freezers off the trailers, piling them onto the asphalt. As they do, a brawny man with an arrow Flynn mustache races out of the plant. He's Ruben Mattis, the 40 something boss of senator frozen products. Why are you bringing my freezers back? There must be some mistake. One of the truckers replies. It was no mistake, mister Mattis, the supermarket that hired us now stocks meadow gold, not your ice cream. Your freezers ain't needed no more. The news cuts Mattis like a knife. He spent $200,000 buying these freezers. They only went into the supermarket stores two weeks ago. But the supermarket said if we buy and maintain the freezers, they'll stock us. I don't know what to tell you, sir. All I've been told is that meadow gold gave the supermarket in advanced rebates so they're back in and you're out. Advanced rebate at some fancy name for a bribe. Call it whatever you want, mister Mattis, but the facts don't change. My job is to return these freezes and that's what me and the boys are going to do. You got a problem with that, take it up with my superiors. Mattis watches helpless as the freezer's pile up. When his mother started senator frozen products back in the 1920s, business was simple, make ice cream, then sell it off push carts to corner grocers. Now, supermarkets call the shots, and they want ice cream at low prices that only the biggest dairies can offer. Mattis hoped is freezers would save his business. He was wrong. He slinks back into the plant, passed the workers who've watched everything through the windows. One worker rushes over. Mister Mattis, mister Mattis, you got to come up with something or else we're finished. Mattis scowled. What do you think I am? A magician? Mattis storms and his office and slams the door. But he knows the workers right. He needs a new product his rivals can't copy or undercut. Something no supermarket could refuse. And he needs it before the big dairies steamroll him out of existence. Even if you love living an active lifestyle, it can be easy to burn out or get bored with your workouts. You know, one of the best ways I've found to stay motivated is to keep things fresh. In our newest sponsor peloton is really good at that. Peloton is pushing you further with so much new on the peloton bike and peloton bike plus. New classes, new music, new ways to keep your workouts fun and motivating. And you know what I really love about peloton myself is it seems like more than ever, it's tailored to me and my lifestyle. I love the varied workout links. I can go to a friend's house and we can work out together and stream the peloton app on their TV. Visit one peloton dot com to learn more. That's ONE, PEL OTO in dot com. Ready to turn your small ecommerce business into the next big thing? Klaviyo can help. It's the easy to use email and SMS platform that gives you everything you need to build genuine relationships with your customers. And even if you're new to marketing, klaviyo can help you become an email expert with drag and drop design templates. Simple insights and made for ecommerce reports and recommendations. Give it a try with a free account at klaviyo dot com slash business. That's Kel Avi.

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"arrow flynn" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

04:43 min | 10 months ago

"arrow flynn" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"I was really disappointed. So i didn't read anymore but i read. Oh i read in the fantasy line. of course i've read nesbitt. I read done seyni. I read when i got older. I read the pre raphaelite. S- because i had to do a course in pre late eighteenth late nineteenth century poetry so i read a lot. That tennyson always my favorite. But you know it's it's stupid. I know that i was reading other things but at the moment my mind is blank. I'd sort the same way. I i read a million books but trying to suddenly pick them up at the same problem but it you started writing almost right away then did you well. I didn't write things down. But what i do is i told stories and i think as also i think fairly common with a lot of writers you start off by telling other people's stories because you realize that your your friends at school have not seen the arrow. Flynn movie with about robin hood. Because their fathers are not you know massive errol flynn fans so they don't know the story of robin hood so you tell it to them so it's kind of storytelling thing because you learn You learn the beats. You learn things that are that because you're actually watching people's faces you learn the parts that they find interesting you can tell so if you go to tell the story again. You're telling it in a kind of edited way because you know that this particular piece of the story went over big last time and that piece didn't so i think that's what i started off doing was was telling other people's stories and because there's a limit to how much you can read when your ten or eleven years old though again. It doesn't seem that way looking back on. it eventually. Have to start making up your own stories because you're running out of things that your friends haven't heard of. So where did you start writing things down..

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"arrow flynn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:49 min | 11 months ago

"arrow flynn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"My talk One of 71. Alexis, don Kenny. Jace is on vacation. Yes, Yes, We've got some TV movie talk right now. I watched a movie the other day that I was laughing and crying sometimes in the same moment. Oh, my gosh. Tell us it was that Profound. It's called fatherhood on Netflix. This is the movie with Kevin Hart. And he's It's based on a true story. He's a widowed new dad, and it's just heart rending the different things that he has to go through as a widow, Dad. There's lots of doubts and fears and Of course, he's got this baby girl has got to take care of, and then he has his parents and mother in law kind of giving their two cents on how to do it, and he's grieving at the same time. It's a story of love for your kid and also families and friends coming together to really kind of lift a person up wow, in their own way. But there's some pretty funny moments of him trying to be a dad and figure it out. So I'm laughing out loud. And then the next minute they kind of do Like flashbacks of Them as a couple and getting ready for the baby. And and then I'm weeping. My poor kids looking at me like what is going on here? Oh, gosh, honey, but it happened like three times to me not know if it's because you know, fresh, baby fresh kind of. I can't imagine being in this situation that this young or this new father is going through, let alone Trying to provide and his job is demanding and and all of that, But I think you guys will really like it. Can you especially being a dad? Yeah, I don't know. If you want to go down that road, emotional. I'm not watching anything that might produce tears and wow, get that Yep. Too much too much. But there's a lot of laughter in it, too. So There you go. I don't know. Anyway, I really liked it. It's a fatherhood on Netflix, and this just came out in 2021. Yeah, it's new. It's came out on Father's Day. Okay? And I think it's like trending, you know, one of the top. So five movies right now on Netflix. Kevin Hart, right? It is Kevin Hart. So while you're watching this in the back of your mind or your thinking, cheating whore, the whole Oh, you know what I was gonna say that good question. I did write that in my notes. I did not think that, uh and I don't know if it was just suspending. Because he, you know, he gets into his kind of Kevin Hart stand up fast talking high, high voice kind of thing, but Emotionally. I think he did a good job, So I wasn't I wasn't thinking about that. But you're right. It can be hard to separate, especially with everything that we know about him in his personal life. We sure do. We just know too much. You know who we have to blame us? Because we've got a whole four man. Yeah, that's how why we have jobs. Never mind. We Yeah, we love it. Tell us more about you Love it. I retract everything. Tweets more God. Oh, my, You feel cheating on your wife? You know the Whole thing. Oh, my gosh. But back in the days to Kenny, like back in the sixties, the fifties these stars were having affairs all over the place. And, you know, it was just like Oh, Elizabeth Taylor's married again for the eighth time and you just went Oh, they felt like it Just when you read those stories. It seems like there's a lot of cross pollination going on here. Overlapping, but right. They were so far removed from us that I think people Yeah, you were able to disassociate. Yeah. Like we could go way back to arrow, Flynn, where we think a great leading man and maybe a womanizer, and nobody at the time realized that he was He was playing both sides of the plate there. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, the only people who maybe knew that were his fellow actors in Hollywood people Sure. And it doesn't ever came. Come out, I think, um uh Oh, James Dean. Was going through the same thing. It's said that they couldn't be themselves, you know? Oh, yes, Live there Gay lives or their bisexual lives where you old enough to know Rock Hudson during his acting days when he was alive. I was just thinking about him. Yeah, I remember. Um not just me, but the whole world being shocked when he came out, and he he he didn't really come out until The final week of his life If I Yeah, Didn't he die of AIDS? Yeah, he did, and was afraid to admit the truth. You know, Hopefully, things were different. It would be. Yeah. I mean, maybe that is part of Good part of fearing more of your personal life that you can Live more authentically. Absolutely. And now it is possible to not to share too much, though. Yeah, but wouldn't you agree that now we're at the point that when people come out, it's just like, Yeah. Okay. Good. Yeah, the way it should be. Yes, actually be Yeah, we celebrate them, which is great. But I was such a naive, sheltered redneck hillbilly as a youth that when I found out liberation was gay, I was shocked. And now you look at the Yeah, the piano and the candle opera stand fits and it goes, you know, you know, it's probably pretty obvious there. Dum Dum Olson. Yeah, but people didn't talk about it. Don't And there were a lot of women that were in love with Liberace. Gee. Yes, Absolutely. That's true. Yep. Now I was watching Clarkson's farm based on your recommendation, Kenny, which thank you very much against on prime. Very fun show..

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"arrow flynn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:26 min | 11 months ago

"arrow flynn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Wow, Get to where you need to go for this longer weekend. It's very nice, Jason and Alexis in the morning on my talk One of 71. Alexis, don Kenny. Jace is on vacation. Yes, Yes, We've got some TV movie talk right now. I watched a movie the other day that I was laughing. And crying sometimes in the same moment. Oh, my gosh. Tell us it was that Profound. It's called fatherhood on Netflix. This is the movie with Kevin Hart. And he's It's based on a true story. He's a widowed new dad. Okay, and it's just heart rending the different things that he has to go through as a widow, Dad. There's lots of doubts and fears and Of course, he's got this baby girl has got to take care of, and then he has his parents and mother in law kind of giving their two cents on how to do it, and he's grieving at the same time. It's a story of love for your kid and also families and friends coming together to really kind of lift a person up wow, in their own way. But there's some pretty funny moments of him trying to be a dad and figure it out. So I'm laughing out loud. And then the next minute they kind of do Like flashbacks of Them as a couple and getting ready for the baby in and then I'm weeping. My poor kids looking at me like what is going on here? Oh, gosh, honey, but it happened like three times to me not know if it's because you know, fresh, baby fresh kind of. I can't imagine being in this situation that this young or this new father is going through, let alone Trying to provide and his job is demanding and and all of that, But I think you guys will really like it. Can you especially being a dad? Uh, I don't know if you want to go down that road, emotional. Look, I'm not watching anything that might produce tears. Oh, wow. Get that Yep. Too much too much. But there's a lot of laughter in it, too. So There you go. I don't know. Anyway, I really liked it. It's a fatherhood on Netflix, and this just came out in 2021. Yeah, it's new. It's came out on Father's Day. Okay? And I think it's like trending, you know, one of the top. So five movies right now on Netflix. Kevin Hart, right? It is Kevin Hart. So while you're watching this in the back of your mind or your thinking, cheating whore, the whole Oh, you know what? I was going to say that any good question. I did write that in my notes. I did not think that, uh and I don't know if it was just suspending. Because he, you know, he gets into his kind of Kevin Hart stand up fast talking high, high voice kind of thing, but Emotionally. I think he did a good job, So I wasn't I wasn't thinking about that. But you're right. It can be hard to separate, especially with everything that we know about him in his personal life. We sure do. We just know too much. You know what we have to blame us. Because we've got a whole four man. Yeah, that's how why we have jobs. Never mind. We Yeah, we love it. Tell us more about you Love it. I retract everything. Tweets more God. Oh, my, You feel cheating on your wife? You know the Whole thing. Oh, my gosh. But back in the days to Kenny, like back in the sixties, the fifties these stars were having affairs all over the place. And, you know, it was just like Oh, Elizabeth Taylor's married again for the eighth time and you just went Oh, they felt like it Just when you read those stories. It seems like there's a lot of cross pollination going on here. Overlapping, but right. They were so far removed from us that I think people Yeah, you were able to disassociate. Yeah. Like we could go way back to arrow, Flynn, where we think a great leading man and maybe a womanizer, and nobody at the time realized that he was He was playing both sides of the plate there. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, the only people who maybe knew that were his fellow actors in Hollywood people Sure. And it doesn't ever came. Come out, I think, um uh Oh, James Dean. Was going through the same thing. It said that they couldn't be themselves, You know? Oh, yes. Live there Gay lives or their bisexual lives where you old enough to know Rock Hudson during his acting days when he was alive. I was just thinking about him. Yeah, I remember. Um not just me, but the whole world being shocked when he came out, and he he didn't really come out until The final week of his life If I Yeah, Didn't he die of states? Yeah, he did, and was afraid to admit the truth. You know, Hopefully, things were different. It would be. Yeah. I mean, maybe that is part of Good part of fearing more of your personal life that you can Live more authentically. Absolutely. And now it is possible to not to share too much, though. Yeah, but wouldn't you agree that now we're at the point that when people come out, it's just like yeah, Like, okay. Good. Yeah, the way it should be. Yes, actually be Yeah, we celebrate them, which is great. But I was such a naive, sheltered redneck hillbilly as a youth that when I found out liberation was gay, I was shocked. And now you look at the Yeah, the piano and the candle opera down fits and it goes, you know, you know, it's probably pretty obvious there. Dum Dum Olson. Yeah, but people didn't talk about it Don't And there were a lot of women that were in love with leverage. E. Oh, yes, Absolutely. That's true. Yep. Now I was watching Clarkson's farm based on your recommendation, Kenny, which thank you very much against on prime. Very fun show. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills that was going on and Wow, we're in the thick of the Erica Jean drama. Do we learn more last night? Don. Yes. I mean, she just flat out hates the guy and I don't see how I think she's acting or is it real? Is this the performance of a lifetime? I I think it's real honestly and you know what? Maybe she is. Maybe she is a great actress. But this work she when she goes on and on in those interviews, the ones where it's just her. About what a bad relationship it was, and she tears up because she's like it's not like Kyle's relationship. It's not like you know. Mentioning other people in the castle, the sun and, um Harry relationship, and, you know So I think that I think that was like, Oh, gosh. I mean, she's really going for it. She is really some of this will be used in court eventually. I mean, it could be, couldn't it? He's pretty aware of that, too. I think so. But she's not saying anything about his yet about his, um dealings with why he's in trouble. And then we got a lot of, um We got a lot. It's the first time Lisa Renna has talked about her daughter dating Scott Disick. She brings that up, so that'll be fun for you to watch and they're all alike. Well, I dated my husband when he was 60 and I was 25. You know, they all have their stories. And so it's kind of like it will be okay, honey, but also some of them are like Oh, gross. You know him specifically? Yeah, And she's like he has three kids, and they're like you're going to be a grandma. You know, honey, then I was glad to see they had a dinner. Um and The whole situation with crystal at Lake Tahoe and Sutton walking in just to give her her coat back, and she Oh, she was wounded on and on. Well, it's still going on and now is now. They start getting into it, and thankfully, I'm on Sutton side. She wasn't trying to violate her, and she keeps repeating. Crystal says violation is literally this in the dictionary. I was violated, and they're like those are really strong words. Especially right now it was a mistake and you should let it go like everyone's on Sutton side so It gets heated again, Um, lot to lot to see this time. It's really getting good..

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"arrow flynn" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

06:32 min | 11 months ago

"arrow flynn" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"Where we talk hawks. So ordinarily this is jan miles explained the x. Men but one week out of every four we take the week off from our exhaustively produced added professional and research podcast and basically spend an hour talking about stuff talking about well hawks some so not. What are this week's hawks. So this week's hawks are seahawks. Such is ser. Francis drake the sixteenth century. Privateer who's featured in the film. This seahawks starring arrow flynn. I also realized before that. I should have said that this is entirely unedited. And and and four so as as you can tell from my careful and inclusion of everything in the injection but you mentioned yeah seahawks so this is would would you also include the character. Seahawk from sheera. Seahawk from shira is indeed a seahawk so for our less less not inclined listeners. How would you define a seahawk. So a seahawk is a bird that flies over the sea. I actually don't know anything. About what a seahawk is. I'm mostly here for the pirates. All right so for for our purposes than seahawks pirates seahawks are pirates. Do you know of any pirates. Who were actually birds or hawks. Ooh that's a good question. I feel like there probably are some lake in some kind of mation. I'm trying to remember if there are any of the rescuers. Don't off the top of my head but i feel like there probably were some birds who were pirates. Maybe up at treasure island that would follow. Now i'm you think there were a lot of parents. There were a lot of parents. Pirates not thinking about animal companions straight to someone who i know is one of your first look to jefferson and in general blackbird. Glass burn beard. Wow yeah i guess. I'm really really really hawk oriented so i should. I should say. And i have recently finished watching black sails and one of the great things about watching black sails with t. is that she is a massive pirate aficionado and will explain like the ways it doesn't doesn't relate to actual piracy and if you know me you know that this is the kind of thing i'm intensely into so so while i realized that some people that might not sound like a recommendation for me. It's like oh my god. I married the right person. But blackbeard is one of those and the show neglects the most one of the most amazing details of black friend his very best friend howler. Monkeys jefferson so so blackbeard At some point picked up a howler. Monkey i forget whether it was a want us. It was in bermuda but it might have been in port royal but he picked up this howler. Monkey jefferson however monkeys like. You're probably thinking all monkey pirate. you're thinking. Pirates of the caribbean. You're thinking like the little tiny monkey no howler. Monkeys are big boys and jefferson accompanied blackbeard. At least a few raids and was was Very dear friends so yes so so. Jefferson is one of my favorite pirates and he is not in black sales at all. He is kinda did blackbeard. Dirty how comfortable. You are having spoiler on the show. I mean it's up to you. We probably shouldn't spoil. We'll we'll see they're. Blackbeard is a historical in a number of what they're blackbeard is a historical in a number of ways Yeah they also They like move around some people and they have they have blackbeard. B b charles veins pirate daddy instead of henry jennings who is actually charles dance. Pirate daddy and some other pirate dad's stuff but anyway. Yeah so you're mentioning. Pirate dad's there are a lot of kind of like lineage or metaphorical lineage. Going on i mean. I feel like when you say pirate daddy can be taken to as and both of those were absolute true depending on the pirate So they're they're one of the things that people i think. I think it's becoming more known now but people often don't realize when they see kind of casual piracy out in games or stories is that Piracy was often haven for people who were excluded from mainstream society so there were a lot of black pirates. there were a lot of jewish pirates. There were a lot of pirates of east asian origin who had been in europe for whatever reason or in the colonies for whatever reason the rule lot of queer pirates So there's those kinds of pirate daddy's but the kind of daddy's we're talking about are the pirate daddy's where very frequently a pirate captain would take second prize ship couldn't obviously couldn't capped in the else and would appoint a captain to the price ship and that was usually somebody who they were kind of mentoring. Their lake pirate protege. And so yes. There were a bunch of people who were pirate proteges to To other famous. Pirates vein jennings so blackbeard and actually Benjamin horne gold. Yes so there were there. Were few pirate dads out there. Who who learned how to do. Pirate things from older wiser pirates. So i feel like. I have to have to ask who. Who is your favorite pilot or who are who are your favorite pirates. My favorite pirates. They can be favorites for specific purse. So many favorite pirates j. I feel like i feel like the thing. Is that on one hand. You know i feel like you got a shout out and bonnie in mary slash mark read and also i. I have a really soft spot for for a french. Pirate named law who was known for. And there's you know we don't know to what degree this was true. But he was known for doing things like eating the organs of his enemies. So low in want lullin was great. Yeah.

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"arrow flynn" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"arrow flynn" Discussed on The Daily

"Ooh like a lot of men in pursuit of novelty and amusement during these months of isolation i grew a mustache. The reviews were predictably mixed. And predictably predictable. Forni yes creepy. Obviously seventies true the eighteen and nineteen seventies on some video calls. I heard rugged and extra gay someone. I love called me. Zadie were harsh. My eleven year old nephew told his minecraft friends that his uncle has this moustache. The mid game discussed was audible through his headset. in august. i spent two weeks with my niece. Who seven she would rise each morning dismayed new to be spending another day looking at the hair on my face once. She climbed on my back and began combing the mustache with her fingers. Whispering in the warmest tones of endearment uncle wesley. One are you gonna save this thing off. It hasn't been all bad halfway through a quick stop and chat outside a friend's house in july. He removed are masks and exploded at the side of each other. No way mustache video meetings searching amid the boxes for other mustaches to admire the way they enhance is and redefine faces with a force of irreversible handsomeness. The way. Burt reynolds never made the same kind of sense without his. The moustache aged people didn't mind. Let him know that either. But so what it boils. Past mature to particular kind of distinguished. It looks fetching. For instance with suits currently have no logical reason to wear one afternoon on a group called to celebrate a friend's good news. Somebody said what. I didn't know i needed to hear more reviews were pouring in thumbs down mostly but i was already committed at that point. I just didn't know to what that's what my friend chimed in. You look like a lawyer for the nwa c. p. legal defense fund. What i remember was laughter but where someone might have sensed shade being thrown. I experienced the opposite alight had been shown it was said as a winking correction an earnest clarification. Y'all this is what it is. The call moved on. But i didn'- that is what it is one of the sweetest truest things anybody had said about me. In a long time my friend had identified a mighty american tradition in place my face within anytime twentieth century. Black people found themselves entangled in racialized peril anytime. The roots of racism pushed up some new hideous. We'd a thoughtful looking solemn seeming crisply attire gentlemen would be photographed entering a courthouse or seeded somewhere a library living room alongside the wrong in imperilled lawyer and he was likely to have been mustached. Thurgood marshall started the national association for the advancement of colored peoples legal defense and education fund. Eighty years ago it still exists. Sherline iphone is in charge. The lds most famous cases include shelley versus cramer. Which in effect for bad landlords from refusing to rent to black people and brown versus board of education the crown jewel in the funds many school desegregation challenges marshall was essentially the civil rights movements legal strategist and in case after case he arrived at the supreme court in elegant tailoring and sharp haircuts a decade later marshal was on the court in anytime he on that robe those horn rimmed spectacles every time. He shined at oral arguments. He did so wearing a moustache. The glasses and jowls emphasized his famous air of wisdom. The moustache bestowed grounding flourish in one thousand nine hundred ninety four when the court ruled in brown. It wasn't so rare to see a moustache man. They were a common feature. Among blue-collar joe's charlie chaplin an arrow flynn had been stars and the country hadn't quite finished with clark gable ernest hemingway with distinctly american ideas of masculine bravado concision and sport but moustache could also be a softener a grace note. A mustache advertised a certain commitment to civility. On a men like gable it embellished his rough edges gave his characters chauvinism a classy place to land on black men. A mustache told a different story. It was fashionable but it was more than that on a black man it signified valves perseverance. Seriousness rigor ralph ellison langston hughes jacob lawrence gordon parks albert murray. John lewis c t. Vivian martin luther king junior ralph abernathy by reston joseph lowery. Fred shuttles worth julius l chambers. Jesse jackson hosea williams. Adam clayton powell. Junior elijah cummings mustaches all classics. It should be noted that the superstar ideological iconoclast among the freedom fighters malcolm x. did battle accordingly. He was the only prominent american leader of any risks with the goatee in the days after that. Congratulations video the euphoria. Having been tagged as part of some illustrious legacy tapered off the moustache certainly conjoined me to a past i was flattered to be associated with however superficially but there were implications during the later stages of the movement a mustached man opened himself up to charges of white appeasement and uncle thomason not because of the moustache obviously but because of the approach of the sort of person who would choose to wear one such a person might not have been considered radical enough down enough black enough. The civil rights mustache was strategically tolerant. It didn't advocate burning anything down. It ran for office in sometimes it one it was establishmentarian compromising and eventually come the infernos at the close of the nineteen sixties. It fell out of fashion in part because it fell out of step with the urgency of the moment. The black moustache didn't end with the disillusionment of the post civil rights era. Jim brown stevie wonder. Richard roundtree billy dee williams. Lionel ritchie sherman. Hemsley carl weathers james brown arsenio hall and eddie murphy. War one is just that no higher calling officially united them. Their moustaches were freelance signatures. The mark of an individual rather than a people's emblem at some point in the nineteen seventies and to at least nineteen eighty mohammed. Ali grew one. You could attach to a broom hand. Donnie simpson hosted. Bt's video soul with a tapered number in silky smoothness. That could line a tuxedo. Jacket to a rocket and jet magazine from the nineteen eighties. You'll hit somebody's mustache but well before. Then the politics of self presentation had coalesced around grander less deniable here they migrated to the afro a mustache might have been dignified symbol in the pursuit of equality but there was nothing inherently black about it a mustache meant business and afro meant.

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"arrow flynn" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

Shut Up & Sit Down

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"arrow flynn" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

"Old of literal bag of tricks. More got you got time train at one point off it was just an all little toy train locomotive but somehow it let me like do a full loop of the board or something bonkers. It was great yeah. I had a grappling hook that let me pull people through timelines. Yeah it's very weird. Because like oh god it's almost i think a bad thing for this would almost be like an arrow flynn style swashbuckling. Game show like running a real like like the only real place that the time travel. Well i guess the loops that low you to reset your turn and play it again. Sort of have a little bit of time travel flavor but mostly the time travel flavor is coming from like the nfl on your card and it's like. I don't know some kind of cyber mona lisa. You gotta put that in the renaissance-era gradually as you play more. And more era appropriate items will build up in a region and that becomes another consideration. Because let's say like you say obviously benefits to collect items that will have the same symbol to as they randomly come to maximize your chance of efficient loops. So if you get a turn where you have all star items you can loop and all those items again and that's incredible but that means that in addition to kind of swinging time to put out fires you're also trying to end your turn in areas where you can collect the item you want but again it's if i had a word to describe the i would say it's like acrobatic Your you're dashing between these segments to grab an item and kick someone over another time. Line is what i'm saying to me. The leapfrog best. When i was using my shotgun in my grappling hook in my boots i like kick down the door into the next time line and into the next region and hook someone into my region and that to me speaks of a swashbuckling game rather than a time travel. Would you'll forget that you are kicking someone with your boots. You're kicking them through time and that's a good sentence that's very good..

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"arrow flynn" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"arrow flynn" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"He tells Amy rory to go find their new rooms or something and the eighty year. Roy makes this comment about well. You know we don't Can we not have bunk beds. This time it. His you know his whole approaches. But it's a bed with a ladder which goes to show you the naievety. Almost all of the doctors say it's very childlike. it's his candor. Is almost thirty childlike at least in kurdish it anyway. Yeah very much. So i and but i and i think that's. That's the whole thing. You're going back to the whole amy situation. I just think they'd system just that's that she cares about. We not case she kisses rori. Does that try to kiss her. It's like the hero. Roic moment that you'd get in those kind of arrow flynn movies where you save the damsel and you kinda been kiss passionately. She's the one to was to shut him up. Kisses him or say being from the eighties. I would always compared to like in the eighties. Romantic comedy where. The nerdy guy gets the hot girl at the that. He's been dreaming about the entire movie only to fail constantly. It's almost like that. Shut up and kiss me told me you know like it's what's the actress name of blinking remind but John cusak. that's who i'm john cusack. It's almost like a john. Cusack movie better off dead or something. But so roy yeah. He's kinda like that guy that gets hot girl. Even though technically she was already his being fiance being engaged. But this is a this episode. Obviously where he. I think he truly wins aby in spirit. I do think so. But i thought it was an interesting. It was giving was Taylor that ramey who leans she grabs him kisses him and not roaring takes the initiative of on the here. I can puff my chest as a baby but thankfully yeah you know from this point on. We don't get to see amy. I mean she may do a makeup flirting comment but she certainly doesn't try to throw the doctor up against the tartus back. The like she did at the end of flesh and stone anymore. Those who is like cheers right like she's got her got him in her bedroom and she's just like like to her fantasy that played at her head over and over and over again from the time she was a little girl through teenage her teenage years into becoming an adult that she's this is how she's dreamed of it that it would play out and so so we don't get thankfully any more of that nonsense ferrari sake if nothing else but i also know it had. I know that were some fans who were already. Not happy with the kissing. Dr aka david tennant's because like that's not of the doctor acts so i think they may be willing to move away from that because maybe it was the had some say anger from longtime fans like the doctor is not supposed to fall in love and he's not supposed to fratton is with his companions..

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"arrow flynn" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"arrow flynn" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"I believe he also co wrote the screenplay for that one Also the quiet american which has been made a couple of times including michael caine version hansel years ago and also our man in havana which is another spy film So graham greene pretty well established guy and yup. The book for this film was very different. it seems that it was much more of a mood piece much more delving into the psychology of its characters and the screenwriter. For this film. Seton i miller came on board. And he was an oscar winner for the nineteen forty. One film here comes mr jordan And here comes mr jordan. I should say was actually a movie. That was remade. As heaven can wait and then rebate again as down to earth with chris rock. So here comes. Mr jordan may not ring a bell but a lot of people have seen various versions of that movie. Anyways out miller was the first guy to really crack that story. I'm curious have you seen any of those three films. Scott what was the chris. Rock one down to earth. Maybe what's it like the broad strokes of it. Yeah so he is a guy who dies at a fairly young age and is sent back to earth in another body. And it's an older man. I think in all three cases i think it doesn't ring any bells. I could see be more of a comedy. Anything else yeah. A comedy and the one thousand nine hundred seventy eight version with warren beatty was a really big and best picture nominee. And what have you. And the chris rock not a best picture nominee. Okay sorry so seton. I miller gave on board to write this and he was a really well established guy. He's written some great stuff. He co wrote the original scarface. The adventures of robin hood with errol flynn. He did the seahawk with arrow flynn. He also actually curiously one of his last credits if not his last. One was pete's dragon. The disney film from the seventies. So miller was a pretty well established writer and he also had an associate producer credit on this film and so he had a lot of power over this production and fritz lang. Not a guy who likes to have any sort of oversight so Yet not maybe the best of combinations but one of the more interesting things was that because the book was much more contemplative Much more character. Based in psychology based miller wasn't super interested in doing that and more or less stripped it down to its bare parts in terms of taking the concept the ideas and making more as genre exercise with it which graham greene was not particularly. Happy with but also isn't particularly shocking. either for a nineteen forties film. Sounds like kind of a cold. Greengross tardy gilroy.

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"arrow flynn" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast

The Graveyard Show Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"arrow flynn" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast

"Always william sadler. I mean actors at really. Bring a bulk of experience with them to his film as a first time director. Did you find that they really that experience really helped you may be directing scenes or flushing characters. So this cool. I can actually attribute. Martin scorsese said the ninety percent of directing his casting. It is so true It now first of all. I was honored beyond belief that We got a really good cast from this they were attracted the screenplay and we're tracking the characters into the story Terry elway's ngoga mugabo. Your guard were meetings basically because they are names. I mean diogo is a huge portuguese and spanish language store so These are people who just wanted to being the movie and they had the right vibe for the characters like for bishop gyles played by carey. I wanted a matinee. I wanted somebody who was photogenic. In media savvy and more of a politician than a priest that him for the jogos character. I wanted somebody comes in like a like an arrow flynn type swashbuckler. He has as we always discussed with him. The arrogance of youth and the absoluteness of his beliefs. That this is a hoax. And he's gonna disprove it because that's what he's done in the past all the other characters additions. Bill sandler is an actor's actor. I mean he's one of my favorite actors I mean the man has been in redemption and green my on feels from decrypt the dark knight in the mist and obviously there were no something for casting him over and over again He is the most cooperative warm Talented human beings. he's great We had a wonderful characters christine adams. We had katie aselton. Who will murder me for saying this. But i had no idea who she was when she came in addition and then she just sat down and said look My dad's small town main doctor. I'm a new england girl. I know natalie gates inside out when by the way. I've been friends with jefferson morgan for twenty years..

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"arrow flynn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"arrow flynn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Hello, every game, everyone spot Weinhold here. This is movie talking 6 80 wcbm. I'm here with my partner again. Ira Miller and the Apple fell today. Everyone welcome. And we're going to start off the show with IRA. He's going to give us what's playing in the theaters. And what news about Future pictures. Go ahead are okay in her false in theatre. We have hocus focus in the drive in tonight, but next week we have cocoa. On the ninth Beetlejuice on the 16th Adam's family on the 23rd. And hotel Transylvania on October 30th for Halloween in the endures were playing hocus pocus in Fallston Tenet. New mutant unhinged infidel. Broken heart Star Wars, Bad mom and the next In Aberdeen were playing unhinged hocus pocus. New mutants Jurassic Park 1992 Broken Hearts Star wars. Dad, Mom's and trolls and Beltway. It's hocus pocus. New mutant unhinge trolls. Jurassic Park 1992 Empire strikes back infidel and tenant. Um DeNiro movie. Come out Have what come in the nude robbers and hero movie, Grandpa. No, that's next. That's the knife. I'll give you what's coming out that On October. The ninth is war with Grandpa. The reissue of Cocoa and yellow rose from Sony Pictures when 16th is two hearts Honest thief, Liam Neeson, Picture and Love monsters. When the 23rd from 20th Century Fox is empty Man horror movie on the 30th. And fatal On and let him go on. The 13th is freaky. Another horror movie on the 20th is they took out the James Bond and moved it back to April. Samerican crude's happy season and foragers and for Christmas, It's wonder Woman, 1984. Coming to America, June death now and news of the world. Great, All right, And I know Eddie has some news in the entertainment world that occurred this week. Sure, you dook. First of all, a real quick story. Years and years ago. Here's a showroom hotel in Washington. It was a movie convention this 20 years ago, I was invited some help. I was running around and I bumped right into somebody and he spilled drinks. All over the pants and shoes and I looked up and who was it? And you challenged him to a fight. You remind me would challenge him to a fight. I was embarrassed, but it was very nice about it. You should have got on the autograph Your shirt. I was so embarrassed, Okay? Yet two people who passed this week both giants in the music industry. First of all, Helen Reddy Young. She was about 78. I think. Yes, she died of cancer was yes. Enjoy your music. Big song. You know what it was? I am walking one way, and that was a big big gas. We used to play it all all the time when they're doing music here, and Mac Davis was a singer and a songwriter. They both died about the same age. And about that, almost a day or two apart. They say, Think of the nine threes you for that, So we're waiting. For the third person. Okay. You feeling looks really good. Today. It'll pick it. I know it was sad, but you know, everybody, Everybody goes the matter. We are. You know, both of them were not only Singer songwriters. They were actors and actresses. Mac Davis played in a famous movie North Dallas 40. If you remember that that was a great movie, and he also played into staying, too. And Helen Reddy played in One of the airport movies. I'm thinking it's airport 77 1st one, the 2nd 77. Then she played and Pete's Dragon, right? A Disney picture. That's a couple of I don't know if they played in the elder ones had heard from the from a while, so they're sort of out of sight out of mind. But as soon as you hear their names you remember Well, moving on a little bit here. Kathy is going to tell you about this, but we both went Tio see two movies this week of all places, the Bel Air Road, Horizon said. He's going to tell you about his experiences. Great. They're infidel and The other one there Infidel tenant's place, Okay? Well, they should give captain his own show on called Captain's corner, produce and direct anyway. A lot of times, people will come to me and asked the two most Often questions that I get from Customers. People in the parking lot when we're bringing him in for the driving there every night. Is wise. It cost so much to Goto and I always say, compared to what we're still the cheapest entertainment out there. If you compare us to any other venue, for instance, what's the cheapest Ravens ticket? It's gotta be in the sixties or $70. You go to a Broadway show it cost you a couple 100 bucks easy. I went to see Oh, gosh. A show at the Hippodrome. Just recently. Why can't I think of the name of it? I guess I'm having a senior moment here. But in any case, it cost $100 to go see that. And you know, we're the average ticket price for us is about $12 or 10 to $12 depending on when Ugo and then we have our discount days on Tuesdays. Where you can get in any one of our theaters for $6.75 all day, so And then the other questions I get quite often is what's your top? Most of your favorite movie. Of all time. I always answer the same way. There's no way to answer that question. Because there's so many movies. I can't narrow it. The one So I called Iran. We were talking about it. I said, you know what are you come up with your top 10. I'll come up with my top 10 and we'll compare In half an hour later, I called him on the phone. I set him up to 30 and he started to laugh. And then another 15. Minutes later, I was up to 45. So it's probably more like my top 50. But I'm going to go with Categories. I've separated my top 45 movies into categories. The first category would be You know, just period movies, somewhat more historical summer, True stories, and I'm going to get the 1st 10 today. And that would be going to the Winn Doctor Zhivago, large of Arabia, Ben Hur, The 10 Commandments. Robin Hood, the one with Errol Flynn. Seahawks with Errol Flynn. Gladiator, Braveheart and Spartacus. That would be my top 10 period movies. Someone more like I said, our historical And And then I have another category, which would be westerns. I'm going to give those out. That would be searchers. John Wayne Picture Red River with John Wayne. They died with their boots on Which was an arrow Flynn movie. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Hala West was one Shane, of course, probably most people's favorite. Big country. The Wild Bunch. Gunfight at O K. Corral in the magnificent seven. So I have seen these movies over and over again, and I can't When they come on TV. I have to watch him if if they come on a fathom events in the movie theater, I watch him. Now, Ira, give us your top 10. Okay, my top 10. I just the random my favorite movie of all time has gone with the wind. And then my second favorite movie was blazing Saddles on DH, then South Pacific. The musical was a great movie, withering heights. House of strangers singing in the rain. Grifters. Lawrence of Arabia and Casablanca. Very good. All right. Well, we're gonna do is we're gonna open the phones. The numbers for Wcbm 6 80. And we have a full back of calls now. But if you want to call and get into the conversation you want to tell us about what your favorite movies are? You have any questions? Just my favorite was I thought it was Heaven's Gate two biggest bombs of all time to very good actors in it. Okay, so we're going to go first to Captain Crab. Go ahead. Wcbm Captain here by IRA and the one and only Mr Media Day, the Apple fell because, yes. Well, has he a fore mentioned earlier this week. I did take a visit to the horizon. Beltway Plaza Theatre. First time that's Bel Air Road in the Beltway, and I must admit Very, very clean. Actually, I thought I walked into a hospital lobby, please..

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"arrow flynn" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"arrow flynn" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Hollywood Tangalle to the shots or Mo monty set to become a members only hotel by twenty twenty, one, the owner Andrey Bellagio announced last week his plan studer and the ninety one year old hotel into an even more exclusive place Monaco's own report bounds who is no stranger to drink or two at the chateau school yards pass more on this story. Because of its geographical location and it's very comfortable accommodations, it really became the Hollywood hotel almost from the beginning of Hollywood. Sure, you'd look into chateau because you needed a bed for the night, but that could mean any number of different things. The Chateau was a hotel synonymous with sex drugs, rock road, death, infamy, madness badness, and depending upon your face and fame, simply the price in position of your room. The subtlest suggestion that will be things were okay. Sir. Just fine. Just sign here. Maybe get some rest. James Dean. Let through the window to begin his audition for rebel without a cause chateau. Natalie, wood reading a role for the same film at the age of sixteen. When able with a direct. Ray Hotel. She got the part Johnny Depp said, he'd made love to Kate Moss and every single one of the chateau sixty three rooms and their Zeppelin might have done something similar to just supposed to be not a waste of the same girlfriends. Used to push their groupies around on drinks, trolleys, killing two birds with one stone I suppose. Jay Z. and beyond say three parties, the Chateau Vanity Fez bash was held that all these people were following the lead of Jean. Harlow Arrow Flynn Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart who used his labyrinth of rooms, terraces, bungalows, and conveniently dense foliage to conduct love affairs track notoriety while the angry spouses and nosy gossip columnists. architecturally, the Chateau is a weird dark gothic thing but as far more in common with Hollywood. With the Black Dailia Boris Karloff and Vincent price than with the area modernism of nine. Hundred. Sixty S Los. Angeles. It was not macrobiotic was not a detox. It was not up at six for a swim. It was still up six for a swim. From the proud sunset boulevard is your approach it. It's not unlike Disney's Cinderella Castle. But one where a night with John Belushi really would convince you that six hundred, nice could talk. So the shadows going members only, and that is a little sad because there is a sort of democracy in the access granted by the price of a Martini and seeing who else is the bar. I saw VESTA stallone and his mum having T to Capri looking a bit too warm at an art party, other discussion with Richard Lewis, comedian and rival of Larry David alone about reverend at the bar. He was unsanitary green light, considered it a waste to be. So, you could become a member why not? You could just turn out and smile. Maybe it'll stay the spiritual home of that time honored Hollywood hustle. For Monaco? I'm Robert Bound.

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L.A.'s Chateau Marmont Is Becoming a Members-Only Club

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:20 min | 1 year ago

L.A.'s Chateau Marmont Is Becoming a Members-Only Club

"Hollywood Tangalle to the shots or Mo monty set to become a members only hotel by twenty twenty, one, the owner Andrey Bellagio announced last week his plan studer and the ninety one year old hotel into an even more exclusive place Monaco's own report bounds who is no stranger to drink or two at the chateau school yards pass more on this story. Because of its geographical location and it's very comfortable accommodations, it really became the Hollywood hotel almost from the beginning of Hollywood. Sure, you'd look into chateau because you needed a bed for the night, but that could mean any number of different things. The Chateau was a hotel synonymous with sex drugs, rock road, death, infamy, madness badness, and depending upon your face and fame, simply the price in position of your room. The subtlest suggestion that will be things were okay. Sir. Just fine. Just sign here. Maybe get some rest. James Dean. Let through the window to begin his audition for rebel without a cause chateau. Natalie, wood reading a role for the same film at the age of sixteen. When able with a direct. Ray Hotel. She got the part Johnny Depp said, he'd made love to Kate Moss and every single one of the chateau sixty three rooms and their Zeppelin might have done something similar to just supposed to be not a waste of the same girlfriends. Used to push their groupies around on drinks, trolleys, killing two birds with one stone I suppose. Jay Z. and beyond say three parties, the Chateau Vanity Fez bash was held that all these people were following the lead of Jean. Harlow Arrow Flynn Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart who used his labyrinth of rooms, terraces, bungalows, and conveniently dense foliage to conduct love affairs track notoriety while the angry spouses and nosy gossip columnists. architecturally, the Chateau is a weird dark gothic thing but as far more in common with Hollywood. With the Black Dailia Boris Karloff and Vincent price than with the area modernism of nine. Hundred. Sixty S Los. Angeles. It was not macrobiotic was not a detox. It was not up at six for a swim. It was still up six for a swim. From the proud sunset boulevard is your approach it. It's not unlike Disney's Cinderella Castle. But one where a night with John Belushi really would convince you that six hundred, nice could talk. So the shadows going members only, and that is a little sad because there is a sort of democracy in the access granted by the price of a Martini and seeing who else is the bar. I saw VESTA stallone and his mum having T to Capri looking a bit too warm at an art party, other discussion with Richard Lewis, comedian and rival of Larry David alone about reverend at the bar. He was unsanitary green light, considered it a waste to be. So, you could become a member why not? You could just turn out and smile. Maybe it'll stay the spiritual home of that time honored Hollywood hustle. For Monaco? I'm Robert Bound.

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"arrow flynn" Discussed on Bad Boys

Bad Boys

12:46 min | 2 years ago

"arrow flynn" Discussed on Bad Boys

"Even more interesting than like like that. Roger Roger was very intelligent person. And HE I. I believe he's a he's a wolf in sheep's clothing and I believe that trump raid was a sheep in Wolf's clothing and that's that's interesting you say that this two things I want to cover the my uncle was taken with wrote. Jason died quad taught Which is quite interesting and we heard a lot of different stories and you know there's a lot of stories that are very true that you know you'd never really tell sign public talk about But we talk about the ham up reading that script. I mean you say. He kept his nose clean which he has but he. I think he started so young though. He learnt the ropes so young in the script the WHO seventeen years of age. Here's put into a job as a bouncer in these heart like these hard pob and he wanted to be first experiences in there. There's a buck to Balki gangs in there. And they start a parole and someone gets killed and he's and he's seventeen. It's Real Aso Hammet. That's that I know. The name of the white mentioned it. But there was a disagreement. Iva TO BLACKIE CLUBS IN It was like a right Mayo and Juliet situation. Actually I didn't and that's how I didn't you said there's some things you don't really go into public but there's rhyming Juliet Situation in Brisbane at between Blanca clubs in it was like a guy and a girl that with from two different clubs. They got to an accident and they kills and Troppo I mean Hamma was inside the club in Houston security inside the club and then the then the fight broadcast IOS about seventeen and One of the WOK is off a poke kid and stabbed the Sajjan Of the opposite crew through the eyeball through the little socket with. Hannah was right there. He had to respond my God the he very the guard the GAGO KILLED. He was killed in that role and it was a massive. And he's like what was it. There was like literally three bounces taking care of that whole Pob in our full of these bodies. I mean you imagine that you've got you've got to actually stand your ground. How often do you hear that though? We're Balki gangs. Who you know have have a beef with one another and then it ends up like like you know on the Gulf coast. He they had the Has had that big ballroom blitz at at Royal points. It's like the the public get they get in the middle of it. Yeah Yeah but it's a. It's an interesting so far. I haven't seen scratch it off our wexler by midnight really so so you know we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA be talking to the hammer tomorrow which will be great county that And we're going to talk to you a little bit more about some of your stories as well as well as hammers. So you've got interesting background yourself a reflection of the fact that you you involve with the Euro Flynn family or is is is that right. Yes yeah that's right so I've been working with like I say. I'm kind of like an adopted member of the fleeing family three. Roy Who's Aerostat stored at that I've been working with The Arrows Flynn's family He their state for thirteen years. Searching for Sean for Full Rory so like I'm I've met Rory I went to California and I stayed with her and was really awesome Lacombe. She took me up into the hills in the mall and hills were Arrow used to stay and where they live plant when she slipped wenches. She took me up there in up in one of those Cherry Red Walden Dodge things that look like the gangster chaos by. You have like an like. She showed me like femme was now Justin Timberlake with swear you slip up on the Holland drive on I. I'll be looking for Sean for For Rory now for thirteen years in the first time the first shot I tried to find Joel but we famine vowed that unfortunately we didn't find him but on the operation. We found this Japanese gardens captured within. So that was good and Aubain doing that. M I recall. That was my first and my recovery case but I'm off worked on the case of Alan here on Suicide Australia. Guy Who went missing and Cambodia. Art found his reminds loss. Jia a families reminds located anyway like hide and for the US military. Because there's another guy called Terry rentals. That went missing to Allen here on from Adelaide. Ozzy Journal canaries abducted mode. I found him to and The US Defense Intelligence Agency Stein. Bates I pulled me in just went. President trump got in auburn workings for them using ground. Penetrating rights and fly Whilst locations the remains of US personnel. That will Australia will like a crash is in all different types of like ground losses of even water is like a helicopter that crashed oldest treetops stuff. You're you're blowing my mind. He just talking about the fact that you're using like ground penetrating Rytas and and that you're actually so you'll does documentary about it so y'all department. Us Ira night documentary about the trump administration made a documentary about my work wrought. So what you're actually saying is that you get us by the government to go and find people who are missing yes sir and many many government and so any so private individuals to with Sean. Flynn right just for those. Who Don't know what actually was had supposedly happened with showing I mean we had it. He catching sorry Arrow Arrow. Had One son right they will had one son with Lily. Tomato Lilley was chick that he met when he was going from England. I to Hollywood. The the silent movie star. Who got him the Stott who spoke to Jack Warner and got him into captain blood? They had gotten song cold. Sean errol died fifty nine. John was about fourteen years old so after aero died shortly about obsessed with the fact that his dad was a had been a had been in a sparring war correspondent in the Spanish civil war. So SHAUNA DON a couple movies like Santa Captain. Lodden obesity these guys who aeros cronies that release directors eyesore shorn and. They put him in all these movies. That will like the sun off movies about errol might always movies. But hey undergone way. He felt like he didn't he was no authentic authentic like what was going on his life and everything around him was. Feick so he went to sing a pool. Got Rich Off aerodyne fifty nine and his mom merited Everson so I got on the right in. He went to. Singapore bought a camera. They went from Singapore into Into Vietnam nineteen sixty five nineteen sixty five moves to Saigon. He started out. Helicopters with the Barisal is the title fight fighters of Elise Uprising. Sharing side is the my Lai massacre. He was one of the people who broke that story. He started a dispatches news organization in an April nineteen seventy after five years of pretty having mice fierce battles the Vietnam War. He went to Cambodia to cover the coup one. Wake in he and fourteen other guys were adopted at this checkpoint and for many years people said that no captured by the Vietnamese only top stuff but I'm a linguistics the enemies and Cambodian. I I saw I went into this case went and spoke to the locals. Kenyon is and it's the same thing I use the same process that are used with hammer like you slightly cheaper y you get to know people by tell you the real details. Sidewalk Sean. And these guys Sean. They're essentially these comme. Rouge bandits reopen the highway. And he would try to take some fighters and those guys so hey this guy's got always expensive cameras and rings and Monte and let's just talk him executed him they body in this mass graves area so odd being like talking around this mass grave area using ground penetrating radar and trying to recover these thirteen guys in. They're not just one sit like this. Air-crashes if four crashes like Bay fifty two crashes all different types of stuff that have been working for with the Defense Intelligence Agency that are being put in the right out on the ground floor. Well that's just interesting stuff. God that that's just crazy. So you'll Cassandra the ground. He reckons he can sometimes to hypothesis. He cannot say above water. So now you've got something interesting that you you you haven't found sean at this stage but there's some people that is saying that you have. Is that right? Yeah yes Iran. I got contacted by him. Actually I watched that Joe Rogan podcast big fan of that and I saw this. I think it was April around April. Twenty second or something like that. He's nine was tall. My Neil on enough. You guys saw that yet. But he's like a he's this guy. He believes that Charles Manson was part of like culture. Call in that like that. They that the Manson cult aunt responsible for that is in that bigly I see was covering up and that it was all M. alternate at trauma and control stuff. Yep from like the fifties and when they when the CIA does people with acid and shit silo site anyway. So I'll oh. I thought that was interesting then. I got contacted. Somebody told me that. This Taller Neil. Guy was trying to do a story on the Sean Flynn Case I. That's interesting so ask the people for the fleet family to contact him because this guy who contacted me about. Tom said that Tom knows that. Not all of the stuff that I was doing was legal so this is why I called Rory Flynn in and the flint families. Can you call this guy out before us baked him and clarify with him that like that we do? Is We do through L. lawyer at the State Department and the Defense Intelligence Agency lack the government gives. Let's the Flynn family. Now that we have thirty two before we might fight this heavy. Judy government stuff. United that we have to we have to. We have to take all the boxes before we can go and dig up body deny so these laws on my friend cold up Tom. And Spike to human thomas being cryptic with him and then spiked. Tom and Tom said that in his understanding that I found already fanshawe reminds I handed the my. The trump administration has positively identified them. But they haven't and they've told Rory and I but they haven't told anybody else yet in that we're holding onto it like it's a big disclosure or something like that so that the region out of the story but Dan Found out yesterday. That this guy this guy who had contacted this all my neo guy. He's Fed hymns he fed him. This story is the guy who was working with this. But he's a little bit. Haller is a bit of a by Paula. Glass I like has this issue that hang out with him. He's not really sure whether or not he's a He's not sure like what is real. And what's not real side? I found out that he called up He when he called up Tom. 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"arrow flynn" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"arrow flynn" Discussed on KCRW

"This this starting point. No, I is is basic to me. You know, I'm making judgment. You know, I went to Morehouse college in. The Detroit would different. Are you to do this every day? Oko? Morehouse? Why are you laughing at Morehouse either spring break Christmas break, go home? And then they will come back with the dance. Where they are. And one year, I've got it was these ruffled Troy came back during the arrow Flynn. I said for days. That's aero fled. And all the went to cast tech to everybody from the Troy the Kenmore house wanted to cast tech. Where'd you go? I didn't go to Cass tech. It's a treat my guess who had to bring a Detroit who had to bring every Troy. You mean, they forgive me again day twat, Morehouse educated friend, spike. Is he runs down into a fine powder is is I mean, I got love for Detroit. I think there's a good shot to berry Gordy. You know, I still he's gotten his do. This takes metro. I'm talking about this this idea few that history informs character that it always does. And so often even in the case of black klansman where they don't have any right to be proud of themselves. They are there's this pride in where people come from. And well, and what form them the I think is so interesting. And and I do wonder you talking about being so important to you. But it's it's key to what you think. Oh character. The people always talk about who they are. And what makes them again, I know. Upset about this. You know, what I mean to my first time to my first question is where are you from? Because for me. I mean, a lot of people and you wanted to me in the street. You know, if they catch me the red light. All right. When is light turns green, I'm out? Because I can't have an hour long conversation. So it's awful for me. Where are you from? It's always a shorthand like all right? My blames dot my brazenly going. All right here. This person is now it may be stereotyping. But I'll have time to think about you know. Get right to a quick I'll you happen to catch me at a red light. All right. I'll talk to you. When I like is green is like peace. And for me. Where are you from a lot of times in our right? You know, whatever thing that think of who this person might be. Oh figures why you know, it just it just just a shorthand for me. Because it's just reinforced your point that where you're from. I don't think under you know, on estimate..

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